Feng Shui & Activations in 2023
On February 4th 2022 , the Chinese calendar changes into Qui Mao – Water Rabbit year.
Feng Shui is an ancient Chinese practice that seeks to harmonize individuals with their environment to create balance and positive energy, or “chi.” It is based on the belief that the placement of objects and the layout of a space can affect the flow of chi and, in turn, the success and well-being of those who inhabit the space.
The Year of the Rabbit is the fourth of the 12-year cycle of animals that appear in the Chinese zodiac. The Year of the Rabbit is associated with metal and water elements and is thought to be a time of good fortune and prosperity. Those born in the Year of the Rabbit (1951, 1963, 1975, 1987, 1999, 2011) are considered intelligent, gentle, and kind.
According to Feng Shui practitioners, the Year of the Rabbit 2023 is a good time to build and strengthen personal and professional relationships. It is also a time to pay attention to one’s health and well-being.
In terms of lucky colors, the colors associated with the Year of the Rabbit are green, red, and purple. Lucky numbers for the Year of the Rabbit include 3, 4, and 9.
Flying Stars is a system within Feng Shui that is used to predict the luck and energy of a space in a given year. The flying stars change every year, and the stars for the year 2023 are said to bring good fortune to the southeast, southwest, and northwest sectors of space.
To evaluate and enhance the energy in a particular location or space, we will use the Flying Start Chart, also referred to as Lo Shu Square, after the ancient Chinese divination tool on which it is based. The Lo Shu Square is a grid of nine squares, each containing a number from one to nine, and it is believed to represent the patterns and flow of energy in the universe. In feng shui, Lo Shu Square is used as a map to understand and manipulate the energy in a particular location or space. It is used in conjunction with other feng shui techniques, such as the five elements, to create balance and harmony in the environment.
To use the Flying Stars Chart, you first need to determine the auspicious and inauspicious energies in a particular location. This is done by calculating the “flying stars” based on the year, month, and day of the location’s grand opening or the current year.
Once you have determined the flying stars, you can use various cures or remedies to enhance the auspicious energies and neutralize the inauspicious energies. These cures can include placing specific objects, using certain colors, or activating certain elements.
According to the Feng Shui 2023 predictions, the ruling star is #4, strongly influencing every home’s energy.
Auspicious Stars 2023
Star # 1 in the Southwest – is associated with the element of water and is believed to bring creativity, intuition, and flow. In terms of its symbolism, the #1 star is associated with winter, a season of rest and contemplation. It is also associated with the color black and life’s career and life path aspects. The #1 star can help to bring clarity and direction to one’s career and personal goals.
Star #4 in the Center – is associated with the element of wood and is believed to bring growth, stability, and prosperity.In terms of its symbolism, the #4 star is associated with spring, a period of growth and renewal. It is also associated with the color green and the family and community aspects of life. The #4 flying star can help to improve relationships and bring harmony to the home.
Star #6 in the West is associated with the element of metal and is believed to bring clarity, focus, and organization. Regarding its symbolism, the #6 star is associated with autumn, a time of balance and introspection. It is also associated with the color white, helpful people, and travel aspects. The #6 star can help bring assistance and support in achieving goals and facilitating travel and new experiences.
Star #8 in the South is associated with the element of earth and is believed to bring abundance, prosperity, and abundance. Regarding its symbolism, the #8 star is associated with the late summer season, a time of abundance and nourishment. It is also associated with yellow and life’s wealth and prosperity.
Star #9 in the North – In feng shui, the flying star #9 is associated with the element of fire and is believed to bring energy, passion, and success. In terms of its symbolism, the #9 star is associated with summer, a time of warmth and activity. It is also associated with the color red and the fame and reputation aspects of life. The #9 star can help to bring recognition and success in career and other endeavors.
Affliction Stars in 2023 – Bring Negative Energies and Challenges
Star #2 (black sickness Star) in the East – is associated with the element of earth and is believed to bring accidents, injuries, and health issues.
Star #3 (Disputes/Quarrel) in Southeast – represents Wood, Quarrell, Dispute, lawsuit, judge, Robbery, and Money Loss. Metal cards are ideal for those who want Feng Shui remedies against this star. On the back, they have potent mantras that amplify their effects.
Star #5 in the Northwest – represents Earth, Dispute, Debt, Bad Luck, Accident, Sick, and Surgery.
Star #7 in Northeast – is associated with the element of metal and is believed to bring loss, theft, and financial difficulties.
Enhance your home’s energy in 2023 by utilizing powerful remedies to combat negative stars and promote success and prosperity. With the right strategies in place, you can overcome any challenges and pave the way for a bright and successful year ahead: